Make your own Paleo Mocha Frappe Coffee Drink just like the local coffee shop but without the refined sugar and other additives. It’s so easy to make and delicious! This cold blended coffee drink can easily be made vegan.
Looking for a Paleo alternative to those blended coffee drinks in the local cafes? It’s really easy to make your own, plus you can avoid the refined sugars (or worse sugar substitutes), milk solids, artificial flavors, preservatives and other additives often added to keep the milk and coffee from separating.
You can add your favorite collagen powder or protein powder and enjoy on the go in the morning when you need a pick-me-up but without the guilt.
How to Make This Paleo Mocha Frappe Drink
It’s really simple to make this mocha frappe drink (or homemade frappaccino).
1. Get your ingredients together.
2. Add 1/2 cup your favorite coffee chilled or room temperature and 2 cups of ice into a blender.
3. Add 1/4 cup coconut milk or full-fat milk if you can have dairy to the blender.
4. Add 1 tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder and 1/2 tsp vanilla extract to the blender.
5. Add 2 tbsp raw honey or maple syrup or coconut sugar to the blender.
6. Put the top on the blender and blend until the ice has pureed.
7. Pour iced coffee into two tall glasses and top with coconut whipped cream.
8. Add a dash of cinnamon powder if you like and enjoy!
Variations for This Recipe
If you’re not Paleo, but just want a real food mocha frappe recipe without the refined sugar, you can use whole milk and regular whipped cream.
To make it vegan, substitute the honey for maple or coconut sugar.
What is A Mocha Frappe Made Of?
A mocha frappe is a creamy and delicious cold coffee and chocolate beverage. The ones that you buy from your favorite coffee shop are more often or not loaded with refined sugar, so as enjoyable as they are, they aren’t great to have every day! This mocha frappe recipe is only made with natural ingredients and is a lot lower in calories.
Is There Caffeine in a Frappe Drink?
A frappe is coffee based, so it naturally contains caffeine. If you are sensitive to caffeine, you can use a decaffeinated variety for your base of this drink. Similarly, if you need an extra boost of caffeine to get you going in the morning, then opt for a rich blend.
Low Calorie Homemade Mocha Frappe Recipe
One serving of my homemade mocha frappe contains a third of the amount of one you would pick up from Starbucks! It contains less than half of the fat and a massive 37g less of sugar (source: Eating Well). If you are craving a cold coffee on a hot day, then this recipe is the one to reach for! It’s so easy to make and is so much better for you!
Top Tips to Make This Paleo Mocha Frappe Coffee Recipe
- Use your favorite coffee in this recipe.
- Use pure vanilla extract rather than imitation, if you can.
- It’s best to drink the coffee as soon as you’ve made it.
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Make your own Paleo Mocha Frappe Coffee Drink just like the local coffee shop but without the refined sugar and other additives. It's so easy to make and delicious!
- 2 tbsp coconut whipped cream
Gather the ingredients together.
Add ice and coffee to a blender.
Add milk to the blender.
Add cocoa powder and vanilla extract to the blender.
Add honey to the blender.
Put the top on the blender and blend until the ice has pureed.
Pour into tall glasses and top with whipped coconut cream.
Optional: Garnish with a dash of cinnamon powder.
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